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Courses

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The programme Environmental Engineering is divided into main areas such as ventilation and air conditioning, heating and heat supply, alternative energy resources, air protection, reducing noise and vibration. Among others, graduates will master topics such a heat and mass transfer, fluid mechanics, experimental techniques and computer simulation. Graduates will get a comprehensive education a field whose scope extends to other disciplines, such as physiology, hygiene, ecology, construction, safety, or architecture.

Enough space is dedicated to the development of simulation methods for the analysis of dynamic phenomena in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems in collaboration with TU Eindhoven in the Netherlands. Students have the opportunity to work on their thesis at TU Lyngby in Denmark, home of top research communities of the indoor environment (International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy). In the field of renewable energies we are working closely with the University Centre for Energy-Efficient Buildings (UCEEB).